The trailers for this movie didnâ€™t really get me excited. They tell us only that some high school kids higher a bodyguard (Owen Wilson) to protect them from a bully. Doesnâ€™t sound that interesting, does it? What they donâ€™t tell you is that heâ€™s a homeless Army deserter. Not as if that really makes a difference at all. Thereâ€™s not a lot I can really say about this film. Itâ€™s very middle of the road. Itâ€™s slightly funny, slightly cute, and only slightly worth the time and money. The best part in this entire film is the pain and torture that these kids are put through. Maybe I just connected with it more being the dork that I was in high school. Being the but of everybodyâ€™s jokes and the target of their torment made me relate to that part of the film more. Personally I just feel that it wasnâ€™t that good of a film. I feel that a large part of this film should have been left on the cutting room floor. All of Leslie Mannâ€™s (George of the Jungle, Big Daddy) part should have been left out. Most of the scenes with Drillbitâ€™s homeless buddies could have cut and the only difference made would be in the length of the movie. Really this film is truly, in every sense of the word, mediocre. All in all I say Rent it: Itâ€™d be good for a one time watch but I donâ€™t wanna see it enough to own it. Iâ€™ll see you at the theater. Oh yeah... stop kicking the back of my seat.